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We asked the case of "Game of Thrones" some intimate social media questions about their characters.

John Bradley, Sibel Kekili, Kristian Nairn, Maisie Williams, Lena Headey, John Bradley, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Sophie Turner, Alfie Allen and other shared their thoughts.

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  • 3 Nassau beaches closed due to heavy rainfall

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    Three Nassau County beaches have been closed to bathing due to heavy rainfall. County health officials say storm water runoff can elevate bacterial levels and affect bathing water quality. The three South Shore beaches that were closed Monday are: Hewlett Point Beach; Island Park Beach; and Merrick Estates Civic Association. In addition, Biltmore and Philip Healey beaches in Massapequa remain closed to bathing due to elevated levels of bacteria.
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  • Man charged with shooting pet turtle

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